Fraser Place Central Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... or until we meet again because let's face it...I'm going back at some point! I couldn't help but think about the upcoming Winter Olympics in Seoul and how awesome they will be. If this is how welcome I felt as an international transfer at the airport, I can't imagine the stops they will pull out for hosting the largest sporting event in the world. It will be awesome!
And so ends another great adventure! Where the next one will be, only time will tell...!
... for high performance is an area which we all can learn from. Socio-cultural backgrounds which highly value education is deemed to be the most important factor for high performance. The aim is to achieve a "competence-based" society. When the Australian contingent met their ambassador, the NZ teachers went shopping for resources in Kyobol bookshop. Winner of that shopping spree goes to Kerry who bought loads of pens for his students. Then it ...
... choice and then short answers. There were absolutely no questions which allowed for higher ordered thinking or analysis/evaluation. I have looked at the Math Text Books (see pictures) at Seoul Broadcasting and even though in Korean, the layout is exactly the same as the English text book.
Teachers do not write their own curriculum documents. The government creates the text books for each subject and teachers follow ...
... then pointed in another and mumbled Imjingak then sped off. Oh OK thanks I guess. We walked to word the park maybe it was better to ease into this. It was impossible not to notice the double placed chain link fence topped with an impossible amount of barbed wire and the guard tower with armed military occupying them. What we didn't expect was the green rolling hills of the park lined with thousands of pinwheels and people flying kites and ...
... that don't have trains regardless. I walked across the road to Taipei Main Station and bought a ticket on the Taiwan High Speed Rail, the first time I've ever travelled on a high speed train.
Purchasing a ticket was almost exactly like purchasing a suburban ticket from Sydney Trains. You could purchase from vending machines (bank cards only) or you could purchase from a ticket window. You state your destination and a small cardboard ticket is printed. Most carriages ...